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Experts say the fires raging across two states are unprecedented this early in spring.
France's health ministry says preventative measures helped to curb damage from the heat.
An attempt to quell this week's anti-foreigner violence is met with heckles followed by a mass walkout.
President Donald Trump called off secret peace talks at his Camp David retreat at the last minute.
Mark Sanford, a former South Carolina governor and fiscal hawk, says the party has lost its way.
Beanie Feldstein worked in a shop in the city ahead of her role in How To Build A Girl.
A tanker last spotted off Syria has sold its oil, Iran says - despite promises not to sail to Syria.
Norwegian authorities said up to 40 dogs had fallen ill with vomiting in at least 13 towns.
Canada's Catherine McKenna says she has been the target of increasing abuse and threats.
The latest China trade data points to further signs of strain in the world's second largest economy.
Many of the worshippers brave the cold and wind, spending nights outdoors ahead of his arrival.
Why is there a war in Afghanistan? America's longest war explained in 100, 300 and 800 words.
The protesters march near the US consulate general on the 14th straight weekend of demonstrations.
After Mabel performed a gig designed around social media posts, artists and fans weigh up the pros and cons.
Dorian hit Nova Scotia late on Saturday with winds of 100mph, cutting power to 450,000 homes.
Rafael Nadal will move within one of Roger Federer's haul of 20 Grand Slam titles if he beats Daniil Medvedev in Sunday's US Open final.
If you were one of the millions watching BBC Parliament this week, here are some stories you may have missed.
Samson Ebukam is a Nigerian-born American football player who used sport to overcome bullying in US.
In a series of tweets, the US president announced he had cancelled a meeting planned for Sunday.
Nigeria says more people than ever are paying tax - but government revenues are not growing